Keepin’ ‘er Country: Call out for recruits
Alleycat TV’s BBC Keepin’ ‘er Country is back after falling victim to the Covid-19 pandemic for two consecutive years.
The team is back on the road again, following artists and fans alike as they travel to some of the best festivals, dance nights and gigs of 2022 to celebrate live music, jiving and all things country.
The hit series will follow “some of the biggest” country music stars and their fans to Farmers’ Bash in Belfast and some summer festivals and dance nights.
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In a statement to That’s Farming, producers said:
“We would love some great fans to follow from home on the farm to the heaving dancefloor and spectacle of The Farmers’ Bash at the SSE Arena. It promises to be a night to remember.”
“More broadly, we would like to hear from fans with great personalities and loads of craic who are going to festivals and gigs from now until the autumn – from Cowboys & Heroes to Clonmany.”
“In the past decade, a host of fresh-faced country music artists have tempted a generation to “turn their backs on the nightclubs” in favour of a night’s jiving to toe-tapping country dance tunes.”
“For thousands of people of all ages, country music is a way of life. The Keepin’ ‘Er Country team have had the great privilege to follow fans and artists alike on many adventures over the years.”
“Then during lockdown, BBC Keepin’ Er Country @ Home, went home with some of our favourite country stars when they hooked in with their fans via virtual concerts from their living rooms,” the statement added.
If you are a country music fan, especially from the Northern counties, heading out to see your favourite stars back on live stages again – get in touch.
If you are over 18, love country music and would like to be part of this series, contact – firstname.lastname@example.org